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Turn to ‘procrastination’ for finals

Turn to 'procrastination' for finals
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff College would not be college without stress and procrastination. With stress levels increasing each year, it only makes sense that the University of La Verne will try to create ways that students can relieve stress. Studies from the American Psychological Association show that Millennials (ages 18 to 33) have the highest average stress levels. Both Millennials and... 

New ASULV leaders outline agenda

New ASULV leaders outline agenda
Bethie Ross, junior biology major, and David Asbra, freshman political science major, have been elected president and vice president of Associated Students of University of La Verne for 2013-2014. Ross has been involved with ASULV since her freshman year and has served as a senator every year. She will succeed Ava Jahanvash. This year is Asbra’s first year being involved with ASULV. He served as... 

Campaigns should address issues

The elections for the Associated Students of University of La Verne were in full swing last week, as the candidates were campaigning and telling the student body their plans on how to improve our campus. Oh wait – That did not happen. Instead of the nominees telling their peers what changes were going to be made if they were elected, students were met with “vote for me” statements with no platforms.... 

ASULV announces new president, vice president

ASULV announces new president, vice president
Sophomore broadcasting major Pablo Macias helps senior international business and language major Ilsa Castillo and junior political science major Jezze Tu cast their votes in the ASULV election Monday. The election for president, vice president, senators-at-large, senator for the College of Arts and Sciences and senator for the College of Business and Public Management ran from Monday through Wednesday... 

Private concert is a treat: appreciate it

Private concert is a treat: appreciate it
Editorial Cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff The fourth annual LaVernapalooza concert has finally been decided and B.o.B. will be performing for the Leos. However, not everyone is happy about the decision of this year’s performer. Bobby Ray, better known by his stage name B.o.B., is a six-time grammy nominated rapper and songwriter. Best known for his collaboration on his song “Airplanes” with Hayley... 

Student voices are not being heard

Student voices are not being heard
Editorial Cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff New students, new buildings, new programs, new rules; with all these new things going on, administration is apparently too busy to get the students’ opinions first before implementing new policies. Perhaps it all happened when they chose to accept more students than they could accommodate. It appears University administrators have acknowledge there are problems;... 

Tuition to rise to $35k for ’13-’14

Christian Orozco Editor in Chief Mariela Patron News Editor Traditional undergraduate tuition will be raised another 4.9 percent for the 2013-2014 academic year, University officials announced last month. The Board of Trustees-approved tuition increase will bring the undergraduate cost to nearly $35,000 for the school year, excluding room and board. “It is the minimum we need to do in order to generate... 

Country gets its turn in the Lavernapalooza spotlight

Karla Rendon Staff Writer LaVernapalooza is an annual concert event that offers students the chance to see their favorite artists perform. Past concerts have each been different by having groups of diverse musical genres. Previous acts included Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, LMFAO and J. Cole. But on Jan. 16, the ASULV Facebook page surprised students by announcing that the 4th annual LaVernapalooza will... 

Jones-Fosu leads students to ACTion

Erica Maurice Staff Writer The Associated Students of the University of La Verne hosted Justin Jones-Fosu who brought his interactive speaking skills to life through his inspirational lecture “Lead like an ACTion HERO.” “The Foundation is to challenge people to act,” Jones-Fosu said. Jones-Fosu calls himself an ACTion HERO and wants to inspire others to be one as well. One can become an ACTion... 

Talk links pollution, climate change

Erica Maurice Staff Writer To celebrate World Food Day, ASULV President Ava Jahan­vash brought to campus a Ugandan farmer to talk about the issues of climate change and food security. Constance Okollet, an Oxfam speaker, shared her story of dealing with pollution and climate change in a developing country. “We used to have two seasons, but now the seasons are no longer there,” Okollet said. “... 
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